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  • 11-17-20 @ 8:45 PM

    Please read the letter linked below regarding a shift in our instructional model.

    11-17-20 Family COVID-19 Instructional Model Update


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  • 11-15-20 @ 8:00 PM

    Hello Milan Community,

    I am sure that many of you watched the Governor and the MDHHS Director speak tonight.  Obviously we have some changes coming later this week for Milan Area Schools.

    The MAS Administrative Team will be meeting tomorrow morning and I will be communicating with other Superintendents from Washtenaw County and around the region.  I will also be communicating with the Board of Education throughout the day tomorrow.

    Changes for the high school and all K-12 extra curricular activities (including athletics) have been mandated by MDHHS.  High school instruction will follow the existing hybrid model (with full virtual option) this Monday and Tuesday and then will shift to a full virtual model for all high school students starting Wednesday and continuing through December 8th (as mandated by the MDHHS Director).  All extra curricular activities (including athletics) have been suspended through December 8th.  More details regarding high school instruction and extra curricular activities will be communicated to all stakeholders ASAP.

    Paddock, Symons, and MMS will also follow the existing hybrid model (with full virtual option) this Monday and Tuesday.  At this time, no decision has been made about the model of instruction for MMS, Paddock, and Symons after Tuesday.  These decisions will be made tomorrow and will be communicated to all stakeholders ASAP.

    Please continue to watch for updates.

    Thank You,
    Bryan Girbach

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  • This posting is required by the State of Michigan.

    The State of Michigan has implemented Teacher and Support Staff Grant programs.  The district has notified each staff member that they feel qualified for these grants and has given them the form that they are required to complete in order to certify that they are eligible for these funds.  This notification occurred through emails that were sent directly to staff members.  

    Below are the requirements that the district used to determine staff eligibility.

    Teacher (up to $500):

    • The individual has to be a classroom teacher who worked at least 75% of their time providing standard instruction in a brick and mortar classroom during the 2019/2020 school year before the suspension of in-person instruction before April 2, 2020

    (A classroom teacher is defined as a full-time or part-time teacher with an assigned class who provided continuity of learning to students during the 2019-2020 period of school closure due to COVID-19.)

    Support Staff (up to $250):

    • The individual has to have been employed at a public school district with at least 75% of their workload in a brick and mortar building during the 2019/2020 school year before the suspension of in-person instruction before April 2, 2020

    (Support staff is defined as paraprofessionals, food service workers, bus drivers, school counselors, social workers, school speech and language pathologists, school psychologists, literacy coaches, special education personnel, custodial staff, secretarial staff, technology staff and other non-instructional assignment codes according to the Registry of Educational Personnel.)

    Staff that do not qualify for the Teacher or Support Staff Hazard Pay:

    • Administration, School Business Officials, department heads/managers/directors, pre-k and early childhood center staff, staff that do not support kindergarten to 12th grade students (Adult and Community Education)

    If you did not receive an e-mail from Krista Hendrix and believe that you are eligible for these funds, please contact Ms. Hendrix in writing at by December 4, 2020 by 4:00 PM.

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Welcome to MAS

  • The city of Milan, which encompasses a total of 3.4 square miles, was founded in 1831 and is located in the Southeastern Counties of Washtenaw and Monroe in the State of Michigan. Located between the cultural and commercial hubs of Ann Arbor, MI and Toledo, OH, Milan has both rural and suburban areas.  

    The Milan School District embraces nearly 90 square miles and serves households in both Washtenaw and Monroe Counties.  The district is proud to note that its staff is made up of both veteran teachers and those new to the profession, all of whom are highly qualified. The four school buildings that comprise the Milan Area School District operate as schools-of-choice facilities and consistently enroll students from four surrounding counties. The district offers exceptional educational programs to over 2,200 students ranging from preschool age to grade twelve.

    The community is proud of the scholastic and extracurricular accomplishments of its students. School activities serve as an important part of the overall student experience and provide social activities for the entire community.

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